(b. 1957, Terang, Vic.)
An experienced printmaker, Rosalind Atkins studied under Tate Adams at RMIT from 1978 to 1983. It was from Adams that she learnt about wood engraving and since that time, she has worked almost exclusively in the medium. Rosalind Atkins has exhibited with the Australian Print Workshop (APW) and her work has been included in group exhibitions of printmaking at private galleries including People in a Landscape: Contemporary Australian Prints, APW and Asialink, touring Australia and Asia in 2000. Rosalind Atkins work is represented in the collections of the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery of Australia and the State Library of Victoria; also various regional galleries and university collections. She is a member of the Society of Wood Engravers (England).
Sourced from McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Used with permission. Copyright: McCulloch and McCulloch.